PCC elections: Highest turnout in North Wales is 17.85%

Just over 15% of potential voters cast their vote in the North Wales Police & Crime Commissioner election, with 79,906 votes cast, reports Ian Lang.

  • The lowest turnout was in Wrexham with 12.24% followed by 13.32% in Flintshire.
  • The highest was Anglesey with 17.85%, Gwynedd 17.71% Denbighshire 16.78% and Conwy 16.07%.

The figures do not take into account spoilt ballot papers.


Police Commissioners start work

Wales' four elected Police Commissioners will officially begin their new roles today. The job involves deciding police budgets, appointing chief constables and setting up a crime plan for their area.